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A trip to Beijing

Last November (2011), my husband and I travelled to Beijing. We had a great time and visited a...
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5 Tips To Help You Learn Chinese Vocabulary

Vocabulary plays a fundamental role in mastering a new foreign language. Having a good command...
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The role of teachers in collaborative learning

In collaborative learning (CL) the teacher plays a critical role in contributing to students’...
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6 Top Traditions when Celebrating Chinese New Year

Traditions celebrating Chinese New Year do vary from region to region in China, but these 6...

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  • Louisag Wimbledon Park, SW18 Gold Member

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    I prepare students for Wansworth Year 6 Tests. Please note: for group lesson, the cost is £35. For one to one lesson, the cost is £55 per hour per person.
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    Do you wish to master Chinese in the QUICKEST possible time? As a highly qualified and professional native-Chinese speaking tutor, I'll show you how! 1st hour FREE trial session!
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    Easy to start, happy to learn and enjoy the result. Learning is a pleasant process when you enjoy studying. You won't feel bored when you learn with me.
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    Music is creative and inspiring, but it also requires a lot of detailed work with patience. I would love to help people who aim for gaols like exams or school auditions. I am very patient and friendly!
  • Janice Chang Belsize Park, NW3

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    I am a dedicated and patient teacher of Mandarin and I will be happy to help you to achieve your goals in language learning. I am a native speaker of Mandarin and have been awarded 'Outstanding Mandarin teacher in UK' in 2006.
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  • The Challenges in Learning Chinese Characters

    Dr. Zvia Bowman A-level Chinese Tutor (North West London) Picture My students often ask me how they should overcome the difficulties in memorising the writing of Chinese characters. There are different ways to tackle this challenge. The grammar of modern Chinese is not too difficult and the structure of the Chinese sentence is quite similar to English:...
  • 6 Top Traditions when Celebrating Chinese New Year

    Jing Xia Mandarin Tutor (Birmingham) Picture Traditions celebrating Chinese New Year do vary from region to region in China, but these 6 traditions are the most widely practiced. 1 Clean the house and go shopping Before the New Year coming, every house is spring-cleaned and well decorated. It's essential to start the new year with a...
  • The Benefit Of One-To-One Tuition

    Mandarin Tutor (Kingston upon Thames) Picture I believe that one-to-one tuition is a very effective way to learn a new language, as the student has the teacher's full attention. Another great advantage is that the student stays focussed. 15 year tutorial experience, always work and studying with students together gets the best a achievement...

 

  • Teaching Little Children Mandarin

    Mandarin Tutor (Enfield) Picture I have come across many parents asking me how to teach little kids Mandarin by themselves. Especially parents who are Mandarin native speakers still have this issue. Unlike your mother tongue, it's not easy to pick up a second language just by immersing yourself in the environment. We need to...
  • How Do You Make Chinese Learning Not A Grind?

    Ning Chen Mandarin Tutor (Southampton) Picture Before you rack your brain for an answer, you might as well flash back upon what interests you and keep you doing it all the time in life? Would it be reading novels, drawing, watching videos, doing outdoor activities, playing musical instruments, or unwinding in local pubs after work,...
  • 5 Tips To Help You Learn Chinese Vocabulary Editor's Pick

    Ning Chen Mandarin Tutor (Southampton) Picture Vocabulary plays a fundamental role in mastering a new foreign language. Having a good command of words allows you to further develop the all-round skills of the target language. Learning Mandarin Chinese is no exception. Here are some tips that may help you learn Chinese words more quickly and...